Get that perfect smile without the cumbersome braces. Advanced, state-of-the-art Invisible Lingual Braces are discreetly hidden behind your teeth unlike your regular braces with brackets and wires. Lingual Braces are one of the most effective teeth straightening options available today as the braces are mounted behind the teeth for retaining your natural smile.
With the braces are hidden from view, you can continue your regular routine as usual. Dr Pauls offers the best Invisible Lingual Braces in Dubai. Perfect for every age group, be it, children, teenagers, or adults, they are specially customized for each individual for maximum comfort and precise results. As the Lingual Braces are placed behind the teeth for a longer period of time, they require greater care and attention.
Invisible Lingual Braces are totally hidden from the outside. You can be comfortable throughout the course of treatment. There is no hassle of removing and wearing the braces therefore they are always working to correct your smile. You don’t need to remember to wear them or remove them while eating or brushing your teeth. They achieve targeted results with intelligent wires and brackets. No matter how crooked and misaligned your teeth are, this revolutionary system will them get in perfect order at the end of the treatment.
You can experience optimized comfort and efficient treatment with these special Braces.
Every brace is customized for an individual, so you don’t need to worry about decalcification on the front tooth surface. You will see quick results within a short span of time. Like all braces, it may take about two weeks to adjust to the braces
I had a good experience with Dr. Paul's Dental Clinic. They restored my teeth to a good shape and the procedure was done at the age of 48 years. Dr. Anil Kaphoor was instrumental in convincing me for going for dentures. It was slow but steady progress and my patience paid off for a good smile at this age. Thanks to all the courteous staff of Dr. Paul Dental Clinic.
In the case of breakage or dislodging of your braces, you should call your emergency dentist as soon as possible and ask for an immediate appointment. Upon visit, take the brackets along with you, if they have come out of your mouth. Your dentist will get it replaced in a specified time. Should you have any particular query on your new braces and their care, call us right away, we’ll be happy to help.
Teeth straightening is a long and gradual process. As part of the treatment, you’ll be asked to do a certain number of dental visits to check the progress of your teeth. This is really crucial as it determines what further treatments you might need in the course. So, if you have worn lingual braces never postpone or skip any of the dental visits.
Since your tongue happens to rub against the braces, slight abrasions can form initially. Applying dental wax on the brackets can prevent this from happening. Get your pack of dental wax from your orthodontist without fail, if such a problem arises.
Lingual Braces can hinder your speech in the initial days and you begin to speak with a lisp. This is because the braces are placed on the inside of your teeth obstructing the free movement of your tongue. You need to speak more to restore your speech. On practice, you will gain back the clarity of your speech in a short while.
With braces on, you are at high risk of developing plaque on your teeth. Food particles tend to get trapped around your brace, which could cause gingivitis or tooth decay in future. To prevent this from happening, brush and rinse your mouth with a fluoride mouthwash after you finish eating something. It is always good to carry a toothbrush and a fluoride mouthwash with you wherever you travel during treatment. Also, remember to floss daily, once or twice.
Try avoiding foods that require too much chewing. Distance yourself from hard and sticky food and confectioneries as these can ruin your brackets. Ditch the habits that give too much pressure on your teeth like biting nails, pens and pencils.
Food gets stuck in the brackets and wires and can cause plaque to form, which leads to tooth decay. It is best to brush your teeth after every meal. Ensure that you brush each tooth at the gumline and above and below the brackets of your braces. Pay close special attention to the back of your teeth. Get a toothbrush with a narrow tip makes it easier to access the back of your teeth.
Lingual braces come with its own share of discomfort just like any other orthodontic treatment. In the beginning, you’ll likely develop mouth sore and some speech problems. But these are short-lived. Start following the dental regimen prescribed by your dentist and these problems cease to exist.